Important questions surrounding the praise over Kim Kardashian’s Skims are missing from mainstream conversations.
How the big brands made it.
More and more students want their universities to lead the way on sustainability issues. But are institutions doing enough to produce industry leaders who can meet that challenge?
People have always wanted others to know they’re smart, and what better way to do that than with clothes?
Politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore a provocative ‘Tax the rich’ emblazoned gown to the Met Gala - here are five examples of other political fashion statements.
Pronouncements made by the Chinese government often cloak a hidden agenda.
Ancient Christian and Jewish texts threatened women with hellfire if they stepped out of line – and those terrifying visions still resonate in U.S. society today.
Fashion designers managing their individual brands while working at renowned companies should strike a balance between benefiting from the affiliation and maintaining their independence.
Companies should focus on fair pay and workers’ rights, our survey suggests.
Victoria’s Secret learned a lesson other leading fashion brands and the industry at large are coming to realize: diversity sells. But when it comes to disability, brands aren’t quite there yet.
Etsy’s purchase of Depop shows that eco-conscious fashion could threaten fast fashion retailers.
Drainpipe, torn or skinny, denim jeans have a history of unsettling the powerful.
The fashion industry was already experimenting with technology on the catwalk, from drones to 3D glasses. Then along came the pandemic.
As sneakers have gone from sportswear to fashion item, the market for the shoe has exploded.
The subject of a new Netflix miniseries, Halston once ruled over New York’s fashion world. But the designer with a devil-may-care approach to his business dealings attempted too much, too quickly.
Billie Eilish received criticism for wearing an ‘oppressive’ corset on the cover of Vogue. But for centuries, the clothing gave women support in work, and in play.
A new study finds that women influencers over the age of 50 engage in style activism to combat ageist and sexist fashion and beauty industries.
Marilyn Monroe famously wore “just a few drops of No. 5″ to bed. 100 years after Coco Chanel launched her perfume, it is as popular as ever.
The sudden death of the designer at 78 is a huge blow to the industry, losing a proud feminist pioneer.
The booming activewear industry markets an idealised feminine form and lifestyle, but women have also been liberated by its functional and versatile clothing.